Daytona Beach 6K/11K Walk
SPECIAL PROGRAMS: Boardwalks, Bridges-Spanning the USA, Food For Thought, Ice Cream Parlors, Take a Walk in a City Park, Walking the USA A-Z. Continues through December 2017 for all current participants ONLY: Honoring Our Flag, Nat’l Register of Historic Places, Trekking With the Trees, You’ll Never Walk Alone.
START/FINISH: Silver Beach Club
1025 S. Atlantic Ave., Daytona Beach, FL 32118
TIMES: Dawn to Dusk – Daily.
TRAIL DESCRIPTION: Rated 1C; Moderately easy. Walk on pavement, hard packed and soft sand. Walk is along beach and river with few shady places. Use of water, sunscreen and protective clothing is encouraged.
LOCAL ATTRACTIONS: Speedway, Southeast Museum of Photography, Museum of Arts & Sciences, Halifax Historical Society Museum, Old Coliseum Theater, Downtown Shops, Famous Main Street, Peabody Auditorium, Ocean Walk Shoppes, Historic Band Shell, Boardwalk and the Worlds Most Famous Beach.
HISTORY: From 1902-1935 some 13 speed records were set on the 23 mile long beach at Daytona. Today, cars drive on the hard packed sand along the water’s edge, intermittently from Ponce Inlet to Ormond Beach. Stephen Crane wrote his story, “The Open Boat” while recovering at Lillian’s Place.
DIRECTIONS: I-95 Exit 261 US-92 (International Speedway Blvd). Drive East on ISB crossing Intracoastal Waterway to A1A, Right on A1A, Right on A1A to Silver Beach Ave. Turn Left on Silver Beach Ave, and turn Left into the parking lot of the Silver Beach Club.
DISCLAIMER: The sponsors are not liable for accidents, theft, and/or material damage. Every effort will be made by the sponsors to make this a safe, enjoyable, and memorable event.
POINT OF CONTACT: Dave Wasko (386) 589-2357 E-Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org